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to hsn it is your eagle dollar, price breakable we have taken $20 $149.95. >>guest: silver as of 4 days per cent last three months or so and our responses to take $20 off. who does that? the final quantities of the point it is a second finish in the second finished when it is the w and clean and that is the is made by the united states government. --coin will still the view the rest of presentation box.it is 5 stars we are taking $20 off as well. 249 of these in a hundred have already been sold. we are down to the final 400 of these three get less a $20 off, we will sell these out today for tonight, have our last prime time before the holidays. is a 1 oz for silver, do not confuse this, the first issue if is exclusive, our response to that is to take $20 off a month of hundred and 49 of these were the great things of this system not confuse this withht to their american silver eagle, that does not have a mint mark. the regular silver eagle, and state, more the government will sell these for more assists a premium that we do have certified the first day of issue it is a great opportunit
tonight. a great collection. >>guest: one of my favorites. it is kind of a secret american silver eagle. >>host: stay tuned. let us check out what is happening. if you want the insider look, we have got it for you in our spotlight. here it is. [♪ music ♪] >>host: welcome to your go-to-guide for all things hsn. our very own colleen lopez has handselecting% brand new today's special that we will launch tonight at midnight. it is the deb guyot herkimer earrings 2 sparkle throughout the entire season. if you want to hear more about her today's special before it launches, our very own colleen lopez will be joining us for a live-chat in the hsn ap tonight 10:30 p.m.. be sure to download the hsn-app to your tablet or smartphone and you can chat with colleen and then join us for the launch of a brand new today's special. [commercial] [reading] [reading] [♪ music ♪] >>host: i am suzanne runyan you are watching hsn. one of the world-renowned experts on coins mike mezack i call in our favor coin geek. says she has a 12 low-light mercury dimefair condition. >>guest: $2.23. >>host: --1
eagle coin like this. i cannot to the 2006, 2007, 2008 or 2011 and i should not do 2012 at this price but it is the final quantities because we are getting ready for 2013, so i am going to go ahead and do something i never did before. $169.95 is a spectacular price up for $20 often is my holiday gift to you. certified perfect and 1st day of issue which is exclusive to us here at hsn. there is no way other than here you can get it for you cannot buy it anywhere else.13 them gone emitter's so. in a minute or and 350 left now. >>host: a $3,000 set and sometimes there is not flex pay. typically will meet get to 104 notspectacular that have 4 flex pays. youthing give a lot of stop by to give something that is rare you want to give something that they can give generation to generation and if you are getting married or had a new baby this year, put this under the tree i love marking occasions with a special coin. >>guest: 1 oz of pure silver. this is substantial is 50 times more rarer than (...) the single most determining factor is condition. in coin collecting. perfect and first d
is coins last way beyond the winter months and the eagles that the team that needs a little faith and support from their stand. thisbill 49 years and the paris where in the same world right now. >>guest: these scenes from this side and now they're tied again they make a big kick in overtime to win the game in st. louis. >>host: are hometown team call the box and right now in several florida it feels warm this is gonna be essential to make you war. if you are the person and as someone in your life bellezza spendingthat love spending sundays at home with a big bag of popcorn this is ideal for that person is the nfl classic cargo fleece pants, item number 201-583 it is really soft and comfortable sweatpants for both guys and girls. we have all teams and sizes available in his last call. also, grape for the kids ande have the junior- sized rubber football it is0 it will make a great guest. the kids will be able to hold this one and play the games in the backyard. i remember growing up as a kid it was the most frustrating faint was a full-sized football i can't get my hand around
world war ii. we did it for very young kids with our any eagle child safety program that is throughout the country in schools right now. and we'll do it again today. the nra is going to bring all its knowledge, all its dedication and all its resources to develop a model national school shield emergency response program for every single school in america that wants it. from armed security to building design and access control to information technology, to student and teacher training, this pull multifaceted program will be developed by the very best experts in the field. former congressman asa hutchinson will lead the effort as national director of the national model school shield program. with a budget of the nra of whatever scope the task requires. his experience as united states attorney, director of the drug enforcement agency and undersecretary of the department of homeland security will give him the knowledge and expertise to hire the most knowledgeable and credentialed experts that are available in the united states of america to get this program up and running from the first day
a look now at the colts and the eagles, did you think the vehicles would struggle as much this season? >>guest: anytime you have significant injury, they lost four out of five starters you cannot play football few do not have an offensive line. it losses in a row would have never said, they were healthy and everyone was intact, i would say had a chance c13 struggle and i have to hair, all of my family is up in philadelphia and watching the show now and they are soaking because of the big loss, better, they live changes next year and there will be new faces anytime there is change. >>host: need a great offense then how did the jets win with only seven points? >>host: 2 if you have it goodnse and hold the team down but if you can hold 7.106, with a bed in a day. >>host: ramwhere it is going to go. >>guest: the defense is ok, and in certain instances in the game when they need them. they get the turnover, a fumble and texas on the other hand, carry a balance, very thin defense some of their relief from to make the run this year so we will see come when they get the they are pro
'm late, my publisher, editor at eagle told me it would be polite for me to say something. so i just want to for startup i think it's all human events fault that i was late. that's the most important thing. it's not my fault. and thank you so much for all come tonight. sensuality anything about this in any of the mainstream media, except the view, love those gals. i really, really do love them because everything they were saying is everything released by the near times. but "the new york times" is too chicken to argue with me about it. and without sounding like this paranoid, i've never had a book as ignored by the mainstream media as this book. my first book i did a series of morning interviews. this one, they won't even attack me when i'm out, not there, which is what they usually do. know, this one they do not want you to read because it is, it's an emergency book. i wanted it to come out before the election. it's a brief history of racial demagoguery, from the left, and to point out that it's never produced whitefield is only produced disaster, heartbreak, crime, death. it has been a
squinted like an eagle. on this rainy afternoon in june of 1863, mark twain was nursing a bad hangover inside the montgomery street steam room. the journalists regularly went to this area to sweat out any dark thoughts of suicidal temptations which were not uncommon. tom sawyer's was the reason locl bona fide hero. in the clouds of steam, tom sawyer was mending his own words, though his work from a nearly fatal ordeal board a steamboat a decade earlier. in contrast to the lanky mark twain, tom sawyer was a stocky and round faced person. his repeated lies were comfortable to get into and his hair was a dark brown shock with sideburns. his body was smooth and his chest was hairless. without definition, though he could attack him and easily. mark twain's mustache and goatee were unimpressive. he wore a coat of smoke and soot, which is the three men played poker, to meet their bare feet, there was a secret tunnel. under that, a huge raft upon which the massive granite building floated. two doors down and a half a block away later murders corner. in early may, he took a two-month visit to j
where eagles their. he picked up two m g 42 machine pistols and with both hands fired into the oncoming germans and stopped the entire attack and that is not an anecdote that was given to me in an oral history, that was in the official after action report and confirmed by six seven other rangers who were right next to him. that is the kind of courage these men had. things got so dicey, they considered evacuate in the hills. they were ordered to hold back all costs, even though reinforcements were not coming. that is exactly what they did. the men who held hill 400 against all odds, against every one of these german assaults and some household the hill, remarkably on the eighth of december they left the hill and remained in allied hands, there was intelligence reported back about german troop movements or leap ten or 12 miles away. but none of that information ever got to the right place. the dots were never connected and on december 16th the battle of the bulge took place, to the surprise of all allies. from there, dog company, 60. was reduced to about 20 men. there was hardly anyone le
party keep coming up against, to offer criticism of them, eagle opportunity credit, let me just say in the second presidential debate, the town hall style one i thought president barack obama's weakest moment was when the young woman stood up and asked him about equal pay for women. he rightfully talked-about passing though lily ledbetter pay act, then abandoned that line of thinking and talked about the economy. the same moment thereafter, mitt romney had the binders of women came up. what got me about that moment was the democrats and the president could point to this one act, this one piece of legislation, he didn't talk about more than that because there isn't that much more. it is easy to say republicans, women, not such an easy stew, but overall it is something and plain and simple and measurable as pay, no one in the political spectrum across-the-board has done much to -- besides you. [applause] >> let me just say there is pending legislation which republicans have blocked in the house, that is the third paycheck act. he could have brought that up. you need that second half t
of a chair, mark twain's eyes blinded like an eagle through sopping browse. this rainy afternoon in june of 1863 mark twain was nursing a bad hangover in the steam rooms half way through what was intended to be a two month visit to san francisco that stretched to three years. sleepwalking journalists regularly went to the turkish baths to sweat out any dark thoughts of suicide attempt asians which were not uncommon. at the bat he played any at the with the proprietor and sawyer, the recently appointed customs inspector, volunteer firemen and bonafide local hero. in the clouds of boiling seem he was mending his own wounds bowed his were from a nearly fatal ordeal aboard a burning steamboat a decade earlier. in contrast to the lanky mark twain, sawyer was a stocky round faced metamorphic. his blue eyes were comfortable to gaze into, his hair was a disorder haystack, dark brown shock with sideburns, his chest with her and this and his body smooth, well nestled but without definition for two men. in comparison to mark twain, his mustache and goatee when not impressive. sawyer wore a coat of
manifestation. it doesn't mean they are the same. the important thing is to coexist on an eagle carrying basis. the suggestion of superiority, that is one it begins. there is nothing more interesting than the fusion of cultures where they can view his end the synthesis can emerge. probably the most innovative jazz musician took muslim black africa and produced beautiful music. another african musician was most impressive. documenting what he is going to do along the melodic lines from the air world and from his own african continent. so there are many levels in which all cultures interlock one way or the other. including the europeans and africa. .. what is your feeling about this issue will of reparations been paid to people of african descent in the americas for their enslavement? >> certainly i know somebody i can prescript buy my book. [laughter] because i talk about reparations. the first one is i don't know how long it will take about the loss is the loss of the european world. where we take up arms figuratively is when that level of ignorance and an awareness is used as a - tool in a re
that were in front of the foxhole, and he -- it's almost like out of a scene out of the movie where eagles dare. he picked up two mg-42 machine pistols, and with both hands fired into the oncoming germans and stopped the entire attack. and that's not an anecdote that was given to me if an oral history, that was in the official after-action report, and it was later confirmed by about six or seven other rangers tarp right next to him. but that's the kind of courage these men had. things got so dicey that lamel considered evacuating the hill. they were ordered, though, to hold at all costs, even though reinforcements weren't coming. and that's exactly what t for two days. these men held hill 400 against all odds, against every one of these german assaults and somehow held the hill. remarkably on the 8th of december they left the hill, and it remained in allied hands. there was intelligence reported back about german troop movements only 10 miles or 12 miles away. but none of that information ever got to the right place. the dots were never connected, and on december 16th the battle of the bul
. it's a natural river. this very, very few levies on. web bald eagles along this river. is incredible. it's not exactly fully clean yet but we are working on that. but it's a wonderful resource. either way, we get 90% of our drinking water comes out of this river. it's important here for every people, every person who lives in the washington area. >> you talk about the historical significance of the river. >> mount vernon is the house the george washington owned and expanded. and, of course, if you lived on the potomac river you've got to pick a site of the nation's capital which is washington, d.c. i think mount vernon is probably the most significant single building that's on the potomac as a historic site. >> in your research for this, i'm guessinyo
to go to restaurants with my friends. >> i read the -- "eye of the needle" and on the wings of eagles and i thought they were both superb. your comment about boy george and communism put something in my mind. have you come across any similar conversations between franco and hitler as to why franco did not declare war on the allies after having accepted so much aid from the not seize and if so could you put me in that direction? >> i have never come across such a conversation and i can't remember an account of the two men meeting although i suppose they must have. when did they meet? >> hitler i think visited franco in madrid in the 40s. >> i have no idea what might have been said but clearly it was a disappointment. i just think franco was smart. he had won. joining in the war he had nothing to gain and everything to lose. after all, if spain had joined the axis powers, it would have been defeated and would not have been a fascist country until a 70s. franco made a smart decision. the minute he did it would have been better if he made the opposite decision and maybe he was smart enoug
of matted hair with one leg lolling from the arm of the chair. twain's eyes glinted like an eagle's in his ranging, sopping brows. on this rainy afternoon in june, 1863, twain was nursing a bad hangover inside ed stall's fashionable montgomery street steam rooms halfway through what was intended to be a two month visit to san francisco that stretched to three years. the sleepwalking and melancholic journalist rue teently went to the steam bath to ford off suicidal temptations. he met sawyer, the recently-appointed customs inspector, volunteer fireman and bona fide local hero. in the clouds of boiling steam, sawyer was mending his own wounds, though his were from a nearly-fatal ordeal aboard a burning steam boat a decade earlier. in contrast to the lanky twain, sawyer -- three years older -- was a stocky, round-faced -- [inaudible] his sleepy blue eyes were comfortable to gaze into, his hair was a disordered hay stack, a dark brown shock with side burns. his chest was hairless, and his body smooth. well muscled, but without definition though he could heft two men easily. in comparison to tw
morgan silver eagles and there's only like a thousand left. >>guest: one year later and look the reverse of this coin. i can tell you this right now i am a little surprise at that.that is a solid ms64 areand a half to the match the front and back because of bag marks here and all morgan silver dollars have them. that looks one and which one looks better? this coin looks better than this one and is $169! it is stunning. have 140 of them and in less than one minute i have dozens of them gone and 200 on on the line. c13 give this to someone and they will assume is made up.this is the real and 1880 not reprinted or restructure or redone in any way, shape or form it is an original u.s. government morgan silver dollar out of solid silver that has survivedyears absolute pristine condition! probably in a bag in a call for 100 years or so. . it has sold out the >>caller: and now we have the 1881. >>guest: and now we have 1881. only 75 of these.we are going to take a minute or so on this. >>host: one minute.1881 s-mint and just like brand and six dozen coins. stop reading my mind you are scari
're reading patent pending. so you clearly have eyes of an eagle, so, you know, you're in. and that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that i interviewed, i mean, and they did it because of patriotism, they did it because it was the right thing to do, and we sent them to sea in these new and untested vessels that the navy thought initially was a colossal waste of money. no warship had ever been manned by an african-american crew, and the first warship to be manned by an african-american crew was the uss mason which was a destroyer escort. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to end racial discrimination in the military and in industry, and, of course, he was a pragmatist. and he was also a shrewd politician. and he knew he had to be very careful, otherwise he'd alienate some of the southern political folks that just didn't have that same view. eleanor roosevelt, on the other hand, was a very strong proponent of equal rights and of doing something to end racial discrimination. so she continually prodded franklin roosevelt to do something. so he decided that he would, um,
memorial service at the methodist church that helped raise him. knowing matthew had been an eagle scout, a local boy scout troop honored him by collecting pens and papers and sending them to mattheus unit map these unit in afghanistan. a dear friend who was involved in the media had a fission and the project began. he dedicated much time and energy to produce a short film on memorial day 2010. since then with the help of so many volunteers, and i can't name them all, that project has sent over seven tons of school supplies to our soldiers and marines in humanitarian efforts in afghanistan. matthews small town of richmond hill and outlying city of savannah and their great army bases of ft. stewart and hunter army airfield and the savannah aircard have helped me heal by supporting the matthew freeman project and our annual veterans day captain matthew freeman 5k run for piece. last night i dedicated a memorial in our town to captain matthew freeman project proudly announced a new scholarship that we will be starting for the siblings of the fallen in combat. these are the forgotten mourner
people. we are eagles. american people, mendi people and they use this phrase the mendi people to make their political demands and even to instruct john quincy adams about what he was supposed to say to the great court when it came time for them to hear their case. so, my point here and this is the second big surprise, is that the african side of the story really matters in terms of how the rebellion happened and how these people organized themselves in jail. it makes a huge difference. the third surprise. the third surprise is basically this. nothing that i read about the amistad case prepared me to understand how tremendously popular it was. i have already mentioned those groups of people lining up and going through the jail. you know folks, tens of thousands of people did that. 4000 people alone on the first day they were in no new haven jails, 4000 people filed through there. it's extraordinary. but, what happened? artists come in. in. use awesome sketches. one man came in and took castings and then created 29 life sized wax figures of this imus dodd africans and assemble them at t
sentence so you clearly have the eyes of an eagle so you are in. that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that are interviewed did it and they did it because of patriotism and because it was the right thing to do. these new and untested vessels that the navy bought initially were a waste of money. nor warship had been commanded by an african-american crew and the first warship was the uss mason which was the destroyer. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to and racial discrimination in the industry and of course he was a pragmatist and was also a shrewd politician. he knew he had to be very careful, otherwise he would alienate some of the southern political folks that didn't have that same view. eleanor roosevelt on the other hand, a very strong proponent of civil rights and doing something to end racial discrimination so she continually prodded roosevelt to do something. he decided that he would have one of these new destroyer escorts be manned by an african-american crew. white officers in an african-american crew. they went off in the battle of the atlantic and in
pending. he said you clearly have eyes of an eagle. that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that i enter the when it ended because of patriotism, it was the right thing to do. we sent in to see no warship had ever been manned by an african-american group. the first warship was the uss mason which was a destroyer escort. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to end racial discrimination in the had to be very careful eleanor roosevelt was a very strong proponent of the equal rights and doing something to end racial discrimination. so she continually prodding fragmented do something. he decided that he would have one of these new destroyer escorts be manned by an african-american group and white officers. they went off in the battle of the atlantic commanded some heroic things. and there were recommended, the crew was recommended for a navy commendation by their white captain. and maybe did not want these people on the first place. and so they decided they were calling to give an accommodation . it was not given until 50 years later when president clinton act
east with senator inouye and he admired that i had 20 years today, an eagle that many of the women in the senate where, the style which we have, a little collection. this one is from the smithsonian. he said i loved it. it is so pretty. i want to get one for my wife. i don't know if senator inouye ever got it for his wife but i say to my colleagues today, at an appropriate time on behalf of the women of the united states senate, i present this pin to mrs. inouye in honor of her husband because she gave so many gifts to us. he was a lion in the senate, a real american hero. he was a fierce warrior when it came to fighting for his nation or standing up for hawaii. he received his medal of honor to his wife and pearl harbor. .. he cherished his love for hawaii and its people. now his style was one of absolute stability. he was the one who believed that believe that the decorum of the senate enabled the senate to do the peoples business. he was the essence of stability and he showed that often good manners was good politics that led to good politics. he did not argue the loudest and in
with four-megawatt eagle generator and last week in the case of 60 hudson and 111, eighth avenue another important internet hub, building owned entirely by google, in both of those cases the generators did pushover in the internet was running on diesel. there were a couple of data centers in lower manhattan that did not successfully switch over. maybe their generator was fine but one common example is the data net centric it was brought down with a lot of well-known web sites. the fuel pump was in the basement and the fuel pump is in the basement and the basement is flooded. you can attempt as they did to have a bucket brigade of diesel fuel up the stairs but that's a tough thing to do. >> host: how reliant is the global internet on the satellite today? >> guest: minimally. is essentially a technology of last resort for the internet. you use it if there is no possibility of direct physical connection and there are fewer and fewer places in the world or the country that do not now have redundant physical connections. remarkably, africa and the last two or three years have seen six new cab
operations related to operation strong eagle, we named, battalion size organizations, something i did not plan on doing with the task force. who has heard of taking out the battalion and going after 300 dug in fighters from pakistan, al qaeda and the big tee taliban all working together in one area? i didn't think that was -- this is 2001 again where we are bombing and fighting. i was shocked. but as general huggins talked about, then lugging are working for good governance, we have some of those, too, in kunar. some of the governors who have fought their before kind of said hey, you want to take the high ground first. you want to own the mountains before they own you. and you talk about joe holiday. job distance of the soviets did in the air and it was pretty insightful to see tactically how soviet battalions and units were defeated and decimated in detail by some pretty precise tactical maneuver by then the move again. that's exactly how they are posturing in 2010. that's exactly the trained are using in as they approached the capital. so we seize the high ground to allow maneuver i
implementation of the new law, implementation is on track. eagles and principals include maximizing the overall amount of spectrum freed up including by maximizing broadcaster opportunities for participation in the auction enabling continued role of helping broadcast industry generating very substantial revenue including providing funding, driving private investment, innovation and ongoing u.s. leadership in mobile, focusing on the engineering and economics, engaging with all stakeholders in a transparent process and doing everything we can to make a complex, multi part process as simple as possible. in my written testimony i outlined the significant steps taken since enactment of the statute to assure success. the new incentive option concept proposes a long list of new challenges but we are focused together on smart solutions. our proposed wireless plan for 6 ended mhz consists of five mhz building blocks to allow for the greatest amount of flexibility and efficient optimization for the new mobile data world specifically anticipating the possibility for the first time that we might have more
part of north eagle, against the ugandans. the government of the democratic republic of the congo needs to do everything that it possibly can to not allow groups like this to continue to operate out of and from their territory. i'm not in any way accusing them of aiding and abetting, but the mere fact that they don't have security and control of the territory effectively allows this to go on. but it needs to stop. clearly needs to stop. third point with respect to the leader of the allied democratic front, we have, in fact, sanctioned him. we have imposed both visa travel and financial sanctions on him in response to the very criminal things that we know that he is responsible for doing. spent ambassador, thank you very much, and thank you for all your work on the ground. in africa, with these groups, i know as things were unfolding in eastern congo, you were there trying to influence the course of events. we appreciate that. i yield back, mr. chairman. thanks very much. >> let me ask just two final questions of this man. together final question, please fire way. again, in your testimon
admired the pin that i have on today. it is an eagle that many of the women in the senate wear. theretherewe have a little -- wa little collection. this one is from the smithsonian. he said i love it. it's so pretty. i'm going to get one for my wife. well, i don't know if senator inouye ever got it for his wife, irene. but i say to my colleagues today, at an appropriate time, in behalf of the women of the united states senate, i will present this pin to mrs. inouye in honor of her husband. our gift to her because he gave so many gifts to us. he was a lion in the senate, a real american hero. though gentle in style, he was a fierce warrior when it came to fighting for his nation or standing up for hawaii. when he received his medal of honor, he was rising to the call of the sirens at pearl harbor, volunteering to serve his country, putting aside his own dreams to be a physician. but he went on to be a healer of many wounds. he was decorated in world war ii for saving his fellow soldiers. my experience with senator inouye as a friend was that he was a devoted, dedicated public s
of the kind of career dick lugar has had, consider this -- he was an eagle scout, first in his class in high school, first in his class in college, a rhodes scholar, naval intelligence briefer, corporate turn-around artist and big city mayor, and that was all by the age of 35. he has excelled at everything he has ever done, and most incredibly, he's done it with perfectly smooth elbows. walk into any office on capitol hill, and you won't find a single person who would say a bad word about dick lugar. he's earned the respect and admiration of everyone who ever crossed his path. i assure you in the world of politics, that's nothing short of a miracle. and now dick has decided to press his luck. he's moving into the only line of work where rivalries are even more vicious than in politics. he's becoming a college professor. dick and i go all the way back to my first senate race in 1984. he was the head of the nrcs at the time and he took a chance on me and i have always been grateful. he has been a friend ever since. a lot of hoosiers cross the ohio river every day to work in kentucky, but it's
was an eagle scout, graduated from harvard college, stanford law school, where he met his future wife, ann. while at stanford, he worked in senator robert f. kennedy's campaign for president. at the age of 35, he was elected new mexico attorney general in 1978. and four years later at the age of 39, elected to the united states senate. during his three decades in this body, jeff bingaman has been a classic workhorse senator as opposed to being a show horse senator. he is truly remarkable and distinctive among senators for his willingness to shun the limelight and share the credit in order to get important things done for his state and for this country. senator bingaman has been a much valued colleague of mine on the health, education, labor and pensions committee, but he has really made his mark in the senate a lasting mark in his role as chair of the energy and natural resources committee. as chair and also at times ranking member of that committee, he has played a leading role in shaping energy policy for our nation, authoring bipartisan legislation promoting a balanced energy portfolio
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